Other resources on the Web to help you explore approaches to high-performance computational science.
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) promotes the application of mathematics and computational methods within engineering, industrial and other scientific communities.
Visit: SIAM & Computational Science and Engineering
San Diego State University CSRC
Like Queen's University's Collaborative Graduate Program in Computational Science and Engineering, SDSU's Computational Science Research Center focuses on an interdisciplinary approach to cutting edge problem-solving.
Visit: SDSU's Computational Science Research Center
Stanford University's ICME
Through its Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering (ICME), Stanford University offers undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of applied disciplines an opportunity to harness sophisticated algorithmic and mathematical tools.
Visit: The ICME at Standford University
University of California, Santa Barbara
At the University of California, Santa Barbara, masters and Ph.D students in chemical engineering, electrical and computer engineering, mathematics, or mechanical and environmental engineering can opt for a computational science and engineering emphasis. The program's Research Gallery can help prospective student visualize some of the research encountered by CSE students.
Visit: UC Santa Barbara's CSE Research Gallery
University of Toronto: Mathematical Finance
Through the University of Toronto's Mathematical Finance Program, students apply methods of high-perfomance computation exclusively to issues related to the pricing, engineering and risk management of derivative securities.
Visit: U of T Mathematical Finance Program
Krell Institute CSE Directories
The U.S.-based Krell Institute maintains lists of links to computational-science-related professional societies and computational-science-related journals.
Visit: Krell's CSE Societies Links, CSE Journal Links